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What Does A 4 Month Fetus Look Like
Can anemia during pregnancy harm the fetus? I’m four months pregnant and was just diagnosed with anemia. Could this be harming my unborn child?
Possible, unlikely.: Maternal anemia is grossly overdiagnosed during pregnancy in the U.S.; british studies have proven that the best maternal hemoglobin is 9-11 g/dl as a nadir around 28 weeks. If you are in that range you and the baby are just fine. I would get concerned if this gets below 8-9 g/dl and try oral iron supplementation. Consider electrophoresis if never done before to exclude hemoglobinopathies. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Google it: Why don't you go to www.Google.Com and type in 7 week fetus and then look under images. That will get you a lot farther than any description i can provide. On ultrasound at 7 weeks it looks like a shadowy grey tube with 4 little arm buds, a yolk sac and maybe one can see an amniotic sac as well. ...Read more
Unknown: It is hard totellwhat the effects might be because no one will do a study on pregnant women. In general, it is best to put off any elective surgery and anesthesia until pregnancy is over. If you can't for some reason, the anesthesiologist will select the agents and techniques least likely to cause problems. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I'm about four to five weeks pregnant and have donated plasma. I just found out today about the pregnancy. Did I harm the fetus?
You and your baby: should be alright but would hold off on donating more blood products until after delivery. Congratulations & take care. ...Read more
Are fetal defects such as cleft hands detected through an anomaly scan? Had scan 8w ago all good now my baby's hand look like lobster claw on us pics
Anatomy survey: Is typically performed between 18 and 22 weeks gestational age. At that time, the fetal anatomy has developed well enough to detect most anomalies. The arms, legs, hands and feet are typically part of a routine anatomy survey, so abnormalities should be identified at that time. ...Read more
I missed my two months period.But I don't feel any pregnancy symptoms or fetal heart beat in my belly.I did took four home pregnancy test and positive?
Early pregnancy: Congratulations. Time to see your doctor to document viability. God bless ...Read more
I guess: A female dr who had children would be best to tell you, but my wife said that is a good description. You feel a "bump" coming from the growing baby, which may be a kick. Congratulations and best wishes. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
On my ultrasound i saw a sack with a tiny little fetus in it. It looked like a piece of meat just layin there. Could I have been 5 weeks then?
Would i feel any physical difference or feel ill if my immune system started to create antibodies against my fetus? 4 months pregnant and a rhesus neg
HIghly unlikely: Being anxious about the fetus is common, but you are really talking about something extremely rare especially when you do not have an autoimmune disease. Remember that maternal anxiety during pregnancy can adversely impact the health of the infant and thus you should just enjoy the experience. If the father is rh positive, you may potentially become rh positive from the pregnancy. ...Read more
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